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  • Meet TELEBOT, the terrifying telepresence robot
    by Arduino Team (Arduino Blog) on 1 June 2020 at 19:23

    The Internet has been perhaps more important than ever to keep us connected these days. Available technology, however, apparently wasn’t good enough for brothers Hunter and Josh Irving, who built their own telepresence robot using parts on-hand during their own two-person hackathon. The robot they came up with, dubbed TELEBOT, features a partially 3D-printed face along

  • Difference Between Duty Cycle, Frequency And Pulse Width
    by EFY Team (Electronics For You) on 1 June 2020 at 11:44

    In this video tutorial, the presenter is going to explain the difference between a Duty Cycle, Frequency And Pulse Width. These terms are often confused or used interchangeably when they are actually three different ways of measuring an electrical signal. Courtesy: Justin Miller The post Difference Between Duty Cycle, Frequency And Pulse Width appeared first on Electronics For You.

  • What Is a Magnetic Switch And What Are Its Applications?
    by EFY Team (Electronics For You) on 1 June 2020 at 11:06

    A magnetic switch is an electrical switch that makes or breaks contacts in the presence of a magnetic field. That is, the switch remains actuated as long as a strong magnetic field is present and opens when the field is removed. Examples of magnetic switches include reed switches, Hall effect sensors and electromechanical relays. Some The post What Is a Magnetic Switch And What Are Its Applications? appeared first on Electronics For You.

  • What is micro:bit board?
    by EFY Team (Electronics For You) on 1 June 2020 at 10:56

    micro:bit board is an Open Source embedded system having a display consisting of 25 LEDs. It was launched by BBC in 2015 for use in computer education in the UK. It is also referred to as BBC micro:bit. The main goal of micro:bit is to give educators and parents an easy-to-use tool to teach the The post What is micro:bit board? appeared first on Electronics For You.

  • Bio-CNG: The Panacea For Green Transportation?
    by EFY Team (Electronics For You) on 1 June 2020 at 10:45

    Global adoption of bio-CNG depends on several economic, environmental and technical factors. Transport sector is one of the major contributors to greenhouse gases on the planet. As per UN World Meteorological Organization, global temperatures will rise by 3.5 degree Celsius in this century if considerable measures are not adopted. Nations have been focusing on utilising The post Bio-CNG: The Panacea For Green Transportation? appeared first on Electronics For You.

  • Simultaneous Die Testing Using FormFactor’s New Probe Card
    by Vinay (Electronics For You) on 1 June 2020 at 10:33

    Allows testing of up to 3000 die simultaneously from previous 1500 die testing Incorporates new custom electronics for enhanced signal integrity to enable highly parallel tests FormFactor, a semiconductor test and measurement supplier, has reached a high-throughput milestone in DRAM wafer testing with the release of the SmartMatrix 3000XP probe card. The new SmartMatrix 3000XP The post Simultaneous Die Testing Using FormFactor’s New Probe Card appeared first on Electronics For You.

  • New MOSFET By Infineon Enables Better Efficiency For Power Supplies
    by Vinay (Electronics For You) on 1 June 2020 at 5:52

    Offers superior reliability along with low switching and conduction losses Eliminates design concerns regarding overvoltage and power supply reliability After adding 650 V to its CoolSiC™ MOSFET series earlier this year, Infineon Technologies has now launched the 1700 V class with its proprietary trench semiconductor technology. With strong physical characteristics of silicon carbide (SiC), the The post New MOSFET By Infineon Enables Better Efficiency For Power Supplies appeared first on Electronics For You.

  • Make Your Own Smart Wireless Biometric Lock
    by EFY Team (Electronics For You) on 30 May 2020 at 5:30

    Traditional key-based locks are now outdated and come with limitations of their own. First, you always have to carry the key with you, and the key might get misplaced or stolen. Such locks are not completely secure either. These old locks are now being replaced by modern biometric ones. However, biometric locks use biometric sensors The post Make Your Own Smart Wireless Biometric Lock appeared first on Electronics For You.

  • Learn about exoplanet exploration with this Arduino-powered apparatus
    by Arduino Team (Arduino Blog) on 29 May 2020 at 19:52

    How do we know that planets exist outside of our solar system? While too far away to observe directly, with extremely sensitive equipment like the Kepler space telescope it’s possible to detect changes in light as these exoplanets pass in front of a star. For an excellent visualization of how this all works, check out

  • Newly Released Raspberry Pi 4 With 8GB Of RAM
    by Vinay (Electronics For You) on 29 May 2020 at 12:42

    An increased memory capacity makes the board ideal for enhanced processing of data-intensive applications Retains all the essential features of the already available Raspberry Pi 4 boards Simply within a year since its launch, the Raspberry Pi 4 witnessed a huge jump in sales, thanks to the many enhancements it underwent such as reduced idle The post Newly Released Raspberry Pi 4 With 8GB Of RAM appeared first on Electronics For You.

  • What’s Inside A Servo Motor ? How It Works?
    by EFY Team (Electronics For You) on 29 May 2020 at 10:43

    Often one gets to hear the word “Servo Motor” in electronics. You might have used it many times in your projects as well. But what is inside it and how does it work? Let’s find out. Servo motor is basically a type of motor that allows us to control the position, acceleration and velocity while The post What’s Inside A Servo Motor ? How It Works? appeared first on Electronics For You.

  • The Rise Of AI And Its Impact
    by EFY Team (Electronics For You) on 29 May 2020 at 10:19

    There is no accepted or standard definition of good artificial intelligence (AI). However, good AI is one that can guide users understand various options, explain tradeoffs among multiple possible choices and then help make those decisions. Good AI will always honour the final decision made by humans. It is a common phenomenon that if you The post The Rise Of AI And Its Impact appeared first on Electronics For You.

  • Announcing the Touch Less, Do More Challenge
    by Arduino Team (Arduino Blog) on 28 May 2020 at 15:13

    The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we interact with people, things, and the world around us. We’re calling on the community to use an Arduino Nano or MKR board to build solutions that can help us practice better social distancing, improve queue management, or enable touch-free technologies. Stepping out from our homes, to go to

  • GoodBoy is a robot dog that runs on Arduino
    by Arduino Team (Arduino Blog) on 27 May 2020 at 18:45

    Daniel Hingston wanted to build a four-legged walking robot for several years, and with current coronavirus restrictions he finally got his chance. His 3D-printed robodog, dubbed “GoodBoy,” is reminiscent of a miniature version of Boston Dynamics’ Spot, which helped inspire the project.  It’s extremely clean, with wiring integrated into the legs mid-print. Two micro servos per

  • This cycling game is controlled by a real bike
    by Arduino Team (Arduino Blog) on 26 May 2020 at 20:49

    What is one to do when stuck indoors due to bad weather or other circumstances, without the ability to ride your beloved bicycle? If you’re game designer Jelle Vermandere, you build your own cycling simulator as seen in the clip below.  Vermandere not only created a computer simulation in Unity, but a custom Arduino Uno

  • Edge Impulse makes TinyML available to millions of Arduino developers
    by Arduino Team (Arduino Blog) on 26 May 2020 at 15:00

    This post is written by Jan Jongboom and Dominic Pajak. Running machine learning (ML) on microcontrollers is one of the most exciting developments of the past years, allowing small battery-powered devices to detect complex motions, recognize sounds, or find anomalies in sensor data. To make building and deploying these models accessible to every embedded developer

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